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  • #91403
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    The only thing that ever bricked on my Qu-Pac was between my own ears. Just me though.

    #89571
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    Did you try a hard reset? Or would this cause the loss of too much stored information? We keep a log book with our mixer in case the corporate memory ever disappears.

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    Well, it works fine in Northern Florida. Since I don’t live on Catalina I can’t promise anything there. I use my Mac Mini running Catalina connected to my Qu-PAC to mix down sessions into Reaper DAW software. I do little to no midi so can’t confirm that side. Hope that is a more relevant answer to your query.

    Phil

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    The only problem I had was Reaper needed an update to run properly. That fix came out a few weeks ago and no problems since.

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    Kind of what I remembered but I wanted to be sure that I hadn’t forgotten something.

    #86998
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    Simply turn off auto updates on your iPad.

    #86647
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    Thanks, that was what I thought but just wanted to be sure.

    Phil

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    No problems at all with Reaper and Mojave. This is using a Qu-Pac and a Mac Mini and a Qu-32 and a Mac Book.

    Phil

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    We ended up using a Listen Technologies WiFi unit and it is working pretty well for us. Living in a 55+ community means the majority of the folks using our facility having hearing problems. With that number of folks to service a high dollar RF unit was simply not in the budget for us. This will mostly be used for presentations and spoken word stage productions. The music performers usually have sufficient volume to obviate the need for hearing assistance.

    So far so good, Phil

    #81844
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    We always save scenes every time one gets changed. I am just not sure about saving the Qu-Control settings since it is only native on the Qu-Pac. Thanks for the reply,

    Phil

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    Mike, do you have any experience with the ListenTech unit that uses WiFi rather than RF? Also, if you would contact me off the list I would like to hear what your price would be on the LS-54-216.

    Thanks, Phil

    #81501
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    Thanks Mike, I will definitely look into that system.

    Phil

    #81460
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    We would love to do the RF version but the Sennheiser unit costs about $11,000. A bit out of our league. Thanks for the suggestions.

    #81443
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    For people with hearing deficiencies it allows them to use their smartphones connected to a local network to hear what is going through the sound system. Lots of new hearing aids can connect via Bluetooth to smartphones. Other folks can use earbuds or headphones to listen. Not so much for rock band use but we do a fair amount of stage production as well as presentations to audiences of up to 350. Living in a 55 plus community this is quickly becoming a must have device.

    Phil

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    Just a quick follow up. I switched over to Reaper and no further problems. Records and plays back like a champ now. I can’t say enough good things about Reaper at this point.

    Phil

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